Sometimes it is important to verify a downloaded file. Two common verifications that greatly reduce chances of using a corrupted or tampered file are the checksum and the digital signature. In this post, you are going to see how to do those verifications with sha256sum and gpg, two command-line utilities that come already installed on...

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Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud services. Recently some of its users received a warning that it will stop syncing due to the use of an unsupported file system. See how to keep Dropbox syncing and in addition protect your local Dropbox folder against unauthorized access storing it on an encrypted VeraCrypt volume....

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Have you ever visited a website and your browser adverted you that your connection is not secure or private? Sometimes, the connection is not really insecure. Understand what’s going on and learn how to install website certificates on Linux.

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HP printers and all-in-one devices (printer, scanner and fax) are very popular in Brazil. In this post, I show how I have my HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3836 setup to print via network on openSUSE. Other HP printers can be setup the same way.

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Today's major release of openSUSE Leap 15 is offering professional users, entrepreneurs and ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) a new, fresh and hardened code base for their workloads that supports modern hardware, based on a stable, community- and enterprise-based open-source GNU/Linux distribution – but developed with a modern, more secure, better tested and much more open...

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We have already seen on a previous post how to install openSUSE Leap on a server. Now, you are going to walk through a checklist with the first things to set up on the new server so that it can be considered effectively ready to use.

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If you work at a company whose email is locally hosted on a Microsoft Exchange server or cloud hosted on Office 365, you can use traditional POP, IMAP and SMTP email apps to manage email on your workstation. However, some additional features such as calendaring and contact management are available only if you connect by...

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Recently I decided to boost my home Wi-Fi network. I've already got a MikroTik hAP ac lite tower. This time I bought an USB adapter to connect my laptop using the 802.11ac network's 5Ghz band: a TP-Link Archer T4U. The 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard targets high performance. The higher frequency allows for higher speeds and less...

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The latest openSUSE Leap release, 42.3, has been launched on July 26. You can upgrade from the 42.2 to the 42.3 release in the same way as you upgraded from the 42.1 to the 42.2 release, the step by step is very similar. If you havent't upgraded openSUSE yet, you are going to realize it...

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The openSUSE Project released openSUSE Leap 42.3 today bringing the community version more closely aligned with its shared core of SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) 12 Service Pack 3. The mutual packages of both Leap and SLE distributions give seasoned Linux users, systems administrators, and developers even more reason to use the newest chameleon distribution.

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Last Sunday, the daylight saving time (DST) ended in Brazil. When Brazilian clocks were about to reach Sun, Feb 19 2017, 00:00 Brasília summer time, they were turned backward 1 hour to Sat, Feb 18 2017, 23:00 Brasília standard time. DST clock shifts occur every year, not only in Brazil. Many people may feel confusing...

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When I say openSUSE Leap is a mature and stable Linux distribution, I’m not talking about other distributions’ concept of stability: old software that has been frozen, thoroughly tested and fixed. Each new openSUSE Leap release brings very fresh software components (released within the same month or year) that work well together. That is the...

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Members of the openSUSE Project are pleased to announce the release of the next minor version of Leap; openSUSE Leap 42.2! Leap is made to give stability-minded users and conservative technology adopters peace of mind. openSUSE Leap 42.2 is powered by the Linux 4.4 Long-Term-Support (LTS) kernel and is a secure, stable and reliable server...

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It's easy to install openSUSE Leap on your computer. Here is a brief how-to that will help you doing that.

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Being able to upgrade from one release to another is a certainty openSUSE users have. For 3 years now I use openSUSE Linux and I always upgraded without an issue. I started to use openSUSE when it was 12.2, shortly before the 12.3 release in May 2013. Since then I went through 5 upgrades: from...

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Computer programs, the more amazing they are, are not perfect: they are made by us, mere humans. As time passes, they are improved, be by optimizations, new features or bug fixes. Bugs can be of many kinds, varying from a simple typo or malfunctioning to a security hole that can be used by malicious people...

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A LiveCD is a CD medium which brings a ready-to-use operating system. That system does not need to be installed on the computer’s hard drive to run, it can run directly from the CD: you insert the disk into the drive, turn the computer on and use the system, which comes ready-to-use. It is very...

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The wait is over and a new era begins for openSUSE releases. Contributors, friends and fans can now download the first Linux hybrid distro openSUSE Leap 42.1. Since the last release, exactly one year ago, openSUSE transformed its development process to create an entirely new type of hybrid Linux distribution called openSUSE Leap.

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